With an ever-changing menu, comfortable environment, loyalty cards, free Wi-Fi and a friendly staff, The Rua Red Café is the ideal meeting spot for a business coffee or lunch with friends.
The Rua Red Café provides high quality coffee (served by fully trained baristas), a range of hot and cold drinks, gourmet sandwiches, soups and hot savories and salads – all available as a take away service.
The Café, situated on the ground floor, is the perfect venue for smaller events, catering for 55 seated guests and 100 standing with a small outdoor decking area. Flooded with natural light, courtesy of floor to ceiling wraparound windows, the Café is available for reservations throughout the day and can be hired after 5pm for private functions, parties and events. Previous catered events have included retirement parties, exhibition openings, full day seminars and product launches.
A full catering menu with pricing options is available on request.10% discount on catering when booked in conjunction with meeting room.
Café Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 9.30am – 4pm
Saturday: 9.30am – 3pm
Café Exhibition March
In The Light of a Paper Moon
Catherine MacBride is a Dublin based Artist and Photographer. This series of twenty images come from an ongoing photography project and represent a glimpse of how she imagines the night would look if the world was made of paper.
“It may seem a little odd, but I have always loved paper. As a child I would sit scissors in hand and cut-out chains of people and free snowflakes from sheets of paper just to entertain myself.
When I started a 365 photography project back in 2011 it didn’t take long to run out of things to photograph. Once again I turned to a blank sheet of white paper; this time to make something to use as a prop.
Over 7 years later I’m still taking a photograph everyday. Making stuff from paper has become my “thing” and with my camera and lights I try to bring my imagination to each paper scene.
This panel of 20 images comes from my ongoing photography project and represents a glimpse of how I imagine a paper world looks in the light of a paper moon”